Flash 8
Basic

Course Code: CT12-250 

In  this course you will Identify the types of applications that you can create in Flash and  identify components of the Flash interface.

Objectives
After completing the course, participants will be able to:

  • Set publishing options, publish a Flash file, and explore the Flash Help

  • Create a new file from a template; set Stage properties; import images, create text blocks

  • Create, name, and manage layers; identify components of the Timeline

  • Create a frame-by-frame animation, create a motion tweened animation

  • Create static buttons, rollover buttons, and invisible buttons

What you will learn
Topics covered by this course include:

Getting started

  • Flash overview
  • The Flash interface
  • Publishing
  • Getting help

Basic objects

  • New file settings
  • Text
  • Basic shapes
  • Freeform drawing and editing
  • Library items

The Timeline

  • Layers
  • Timeline basics

Formatting objects

  • Custom colours and gradients
  • Soft edges

Timeline animation

  • Frame-by-frame animation
  • Motion tweening
  • Movie clip animation

Interactive components

  • Buttons

  • Scripting sound control

  • ActionScript fundamentals
     

Prerequisites
Course participants should have basic computer skills.

Dates and times
Please refer to your Fourth R centre for dates and times.

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